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.ncicap.org-- >> the attorney general of the united states kicked up a firestorm when he announced his decision to try the accused architect of the 9/11 attacks and four other men in u.s. federal court not far from ground zero, try them in a civilian court, not by military tribunal. he caught hell for the decision on capitol hill this week. >> how could you be more likely to get a conviction in federal court when khalid sheik mohammed has already asked to plead guilty before a military commission and be executed? [applause] >> i am not going to base the determination on where the case ought to be brought on what a terrorist, what a murder wants to do. he will not select the prosecution venuie, i will and i have. >> senator lindsey graham also practices military lot and says that this is a perversion of the justice system. what do you think, nina? >> i think it is a very hard decision that the attorney general made, and i would point that we have had military commissions for seven years and have not successfully brought anybody to drop because of problems with the commission. -- not successfully brough
of the united states kicked up a firestorm when he announced his decision to try the accused architect of the 9/11 attacks in new york federal court, not far from ground zero. try him by a civilian court, not by tribunal. >> how could you be more likely to get a conviction in federal court when khalid sheik mohammed has already asked to plead guilty before a military commission and be executed? [applause] >> i am not going to base the determination on where these cases are going to be brought on what the terrorists, what are murder wants to do. he will not select the prosecution then you -- venue. >> senator lindsey graham says this is an aversion of the justice system. what do you think, nina? >> i think it is a very hard decision that the attorney general made, and i will point out, as he did, that we have had a military commissions for seven years and we have not brought anybody to try because of problems with the commission. there is lots of evidence we don't know about and he will be convicted. but you don't think a forum this way -- you don't say a loud, "we will convict him in this one t
, matthew hoh says he has lost understanding of and confidence in the strategic purpose of the united states presence in afghanistan. "is not how ware fighting the war, but why." evan, what you make of that resignation? >> it is disturbing. the state department is not a player out there. i don't know what his circumstances, but they need every state department person taking get out there. the military is running the show, and that is an imbalance. counterinsurgency is as much a civilian, the state department, nation-building thing as it is a military thing, and the military is doing all of it. >> jonathan, anything you on when the president will come to a decision? -- anything new on when the president will come to a decision? >> he is meeting with his advisers on friday. what you are sharing increasingly is mcchrystal lite, which is that he will probably answer more troops into afghanistan, but probably not the 40,000 mcchrystal wants to see. >> charles? >> we are having these debates about the matter of the strategy. at the heart of this is an issue that david brooks raced in the friday "n
national ctioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> the attorne general o the united states kicked up a firestorm when he announced h decision to try the accused architect of the/11 attacks and four of the men i new york feral court, not f from groundero -- civianourt, not miliry tbunal couldeep contel f the decision on capitol hill this week. -- he caught hell for e decision on capil hill this ek. >> how can he be morlikely to get a conviction ifederal court when khalid sheik mohamd has alreadagreed to plead guilty in military cmission and executed? [alause] i will not debate ere these cas are to berought on what 8 terrorist, a mder, wants to do. he will not select the prosecution venue, i will d i have. >> sator lindsey graha says that ts is a perversion of t justice system. what do you think, nina? >> i think i is a ry hard decision tha thettorney genel made, and i wou point out tt we had a military commissions for seve yea and th have not successfull brought anyby to trial, because of problems with the coission. a likelihood, theres lots of evidence thawe do not know about and th
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honorably and briefly in the united states military. i've not noticed that the recruiting stations have been overwhelmed by people from east coast boarding schools, harvard, princeton, trying to get into the service. we recruit where we can recruit and people who are good enough and honorable enou to offer their sacrifice -- but when you're talking about -- >> who is arguing against not recruiting muslims? >> if i hear the commentary on certain networks that you are associated with, i can hear people say that they have all got to be tested. there is skepticism about anybody who shows up -- >> what we are talking about is a man who was speaking in a way that his colleagues, a psychiatrist, were wondering if he was a terrorist. he had a business card on which he had his name and profession, and what was his affiliation? u.s. army? no, soldier of allah. you're talking about a guy who gave all the signals and nobody spoke up. we are not talking about a 99% of muslims were honorable and patriotic and serve with distinction. we are talking about 1%, and if you ignore that because of your worry abo
are serving honobly and bravely in the unit states military. i have not noted the recruiting stations ve been overwhelmed by people from east coast boaing schools, harvard, princeton, trying to get into the service. we recruit where we can recruit, anpeople who are good enough and norable enough to offer their -- we are talking about -- whos arguinggainst not reuiting muslims? >> listef iear commentary on certain netwos you were associated with, ian hear people say thathey have all got to be tested. there skepticism about anybody who shs up -- >> what are talking about is a man who was speaking at a y that his cleagues, psychirists, were wondering if he was terrorist. he h a busess card onhich he had hisame and profession and what was his affiliation? u.s. army? nosoldier of aah. you're talking about a serious guy who d all the signals and no one smod up -- no o ske up. we are not speakin of the 9 of mlims who are honorablend patriotic a serve with diinction. we are talking about the 1%, and ifou ignore that because o ur worry about being aused of prejudice, you end u with 13 dead americans
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